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Tobacco mosaic virus

... ~18nm and an inner hole ~2nm. The protein coat consists of 158 aminoacids which are assembled ... from the action of cellular enzymes by the coat protein. There are three RNA nucleotides per ... monomer. The amino acid sequence of TMV's coat protein has been published in "American Chemical ...

Tobacco mosaic virus

... ~18nm and an inner hole ~2nm. The protein coat consists of 158 aminoacids which are assembled ... from the action of cellular enzymes by the coat protein. There are three RNA nucleotides per ... monomer. The amino acid sequence of TMV's coat protein has been published in "American Chemical ...

Vesicle

... vesicles 1.3 Mechanisms 2 Vesicle coat 3 External links Transport ... . Mechanisms Assembly of a protein coat drives vesicle formation and selection of cargo molecules. Vesicle coat The ...

Virus

... or RNA ) surrounded by some form of protective coat consisting of proteins , lipids , and ... This is surrounded (encapsidated) by a protective coat of protein called the capsid . The viral ... contained in the viral capsid , the protein coat that surrounds the nucleic acid , determines the ...

Foot and mouth disease

... of the cell membrane. Once the virus is inside the host cell, its protein coat dissolves. New viral RNA and components of the protein coat are then synthesized in large quantities and assembled to form new ....

Hershey-Chase experiment

... is a small virus that infects bacteria . It consists of a protein coat that encloses the genetic material. When a phage infects a bacterium, it inserts its genetic material into the bacterium, while its coat remains outside. In a first experiment, T2 phages with ...

Dialysis

... clothing. The bag of dialysis fluid is removed from the protective packaging, and is hung from an IV stand or other elevated location, such as a coat hook. The tubing attached to the bag of fluid is uncoiled, and the second (empty) bag is placed on the floor. The Y-shaped connector is attached to ...

Red Queen

... arms race (from Richard Dawkins ) can be achieved by considering the contrast between two adaptations of the polar bear . This animal has a coat of hair which is thick to help the bear survive the cold of the arctic and white in order that the bear can stalk seals for food. For the first ...

Retrovirus

... the virus; pol ( pol ymerase) codes for reverse transcriptase , protease and integrase ; and, env ( env elope) codes for the retroviral coat proteins. Four identified human retroviruses ( HTLV 1&2, HIV 1&2) attack CD4 cells . Another feature common to all retroviruses is ...
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